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Kea

A Cycladic island in the Aegean Sea that is the closest habitable island in Attica. The capital is Ioulida. The main port is Livadi or Korissia. On the northeast side you will find several beaches such as Spathi, Otzias, Gialiskari and Xyla.

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Kythnos

An island of the Western Cyclades between Kea and Serifos. It is 56 nm from the port of Piraeus and 2 hours from the port of Lavrion. Wonderful beaches that form picturesque inlets, coves with crystal clear waters and natural shade under the tides. The most famous beach of the island is Kolona, ​​a sandy beach that divides the sea in the middle and creates a spectacular landscape. Agia Irini beach with picturesque settlements and moving northeast we find the beaches of Kavourocheri, Potamia and Agios Sostis. At the southeastern end of the island lies the pine-covered settlement of Panagia Kanala that extends around the church to the gulfs of Megali Ammos, Ammoudaki and Antonides. Southwest of the island, for complete tranquility, are the beaches of Skylou, Gaidouromandra and Simousi.

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Syros

Syros is a Cycladic island and the capital is Hermoupolis which is also the capital of the Cyclades Prefecture. It is also called the Cyclades nobleman and famous for its monuments. Its beaches are unique, crystal clear and crystal clear waters. The most popular are Azolimnos beach with blue water and blond sand, Vari beach with shallow waters ideal for young children, Megas Gialos, Galissas beach with golden sand and blue waters.

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Mykonos

An island in the Aegean Sea that belongs to the Cyclades. It is famous for its nightlife, graphic alleys but of course the beautiful beaches, most of which are organized. Lots of taverns with local delicacies, a beach bar and a beautiful sunset in small Venice. The beaches are stunning with turquoise waters, crystal clear for enjoyable dives. Agios Sostis, Panormos, Paraga, Ornos, Psarou, Kalo Livadi and the super paradise.